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Photo pictures being a medium as movie maker

Im a good collector of pictures and sort them out and make them as movies wih my movie maker program incorporate with songs , animations , interpolations with movie clips. and so on. When i save to my computer the resolution still good but when i burn to a DVD.. the tones or resolutions of the pictures slightly changed to a lighter color and become little blured. My computer is gigabyte model GA 945GCM-S2L/S2C S-SERIES, pintium 4 processor, 512 mb VGA, 3 gb memory ram. Please help me what shall i do to improve my photo movies. and if there is another good type of computer components specs to use.. please advise me.. thanks

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  • Aenim4 May 11, 2010

    What do you mean for blurred? and also what do you use to watch DVDs?


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1. Your PC specs won't change the quality of pics/videos when you burn them to DVD.
2.What are you using to burn these to DVD, software, settings ect.
3.There may be a difference between your monitor, and if your watching the dvd on a TV. Im guessing perhaps it looks good on screen and is streching to fit on fullscreen TV thus making it blurry.

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